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'Brexit' suspense clouds Carney's decision on when to raise UK interest rate

The Bank of England governor will also have to mull over whether he still intends to serve just five out of the eight years of his job, as he indicated when he accepted the position.


FOR a man who likes to guide investors, Mark Carney might be struggling to offer much more than suspense.

The Bank of England governor was meant to start 2016, at the midpoint of his term, poised to raise interest rates, or at least have a clearer view of when they might...